New York fights with ticket bots

New York State authorities have decided to release a bourgeois war on online stores selling concert tickets and immediately take out all their stock. Such tools have just been deemed illegal and their use will be punishable by financial penalties and even deprivation of liberty.

New Yorkers wanting to buy tickets to a favorite artist’s concert online often do not have the chance, as they are all redeemable by bots used by dealers who then resell them for a higher price. For residents of the city, this situation is undoubtedly very frustrating, because it involves the need to issue a higher amount for the same product.

The New York state government has decided to put an end to this and officially recognize the bots as illegal. Although bots of this type were banned before, but for their use was not threatened by any card.…


New technology will improve battery safety?

More and more devices are working with batteries, but currently produced batteries are unreliable and unreliable technologies that are no longer able to keep pace with ever-increasing market demands. Toyota engineers have developed a completely new battery technology that is not only safer, but also more powerful.

Most modern lithium batteries use lithium but are far from ideal because they are dangerous and unstable, which often leads to the explosion of the battery. Manufacturers are striving to use graphite, which makes the battery become less explosive, but at the same time it limits its full potential.

Scientists have been trying to replace magnesium for some time, which would increase the efficiency of such batteries and increase their stability. The problem, however, is the electrolyte, because there are very few electrolyte materials that can be used to work with magnesium.

Perhaps, however, there is a solution to this problem, as a team of Toyota engineers working under Rany Mohtadi has recently examined the materials used to make hydrogen tanks for fuel cell vehicles and came to the conclusion that the same technology could be used for magnesium batteries.…